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Clarence Page: Let’s cancel the phony ‘cancel culture’ fight in today’s politics

Incessant Republican complaints about “cancel culture” might have more credibility if the Republicans didn’t engage in so much canceling of their own.

The Grand Old Party’s alarm over “cancel culture,” the hottest buzzword of its sort since “political correctness” was all the rage, has hardly been subtle.

“I don’t know where it ends,” Rep. Jim Jordan, an Ohio Republican, said in a ferocious defense of then-President Donald Trump during the latest impeachment debate. “The cancel culture doesn’t just go

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